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FOX News
Dec 9, 2012 4:00am EST
it is convenience to do so. >> will you subpoena tom done lynn? >> as you know the white house and president obama will likely choose executive privilege when it comes to national security advisor. tom donnelly is the one person who has the answer the breakdown here was national security council where information was changed and distorted and contaminated by the white house. we need to get to the bottom of this whether from hillary clinton tom donnelly or president obama. >> how about james clapper will you be calling him to testify? >> absolutely. the only person they are going to seek out right now is secretary clinton. >> as well as the state department. finally the only thing i would ask is there was already an accountability review board report from the kenyans tanzania knee yaw. i think the big question is why weren't those followed. from miami from florida. sorry about that. >> the most important thing is we get the information out there so it never ever occurs again. >> of course coming up an arrest made in conjunction with the benghazi attack. the primary suspect walked the streets of ben
MSNBC
Dec 9, 2012 12:00pm PST
campaign. with obama in the white house for another four years, republicans are looking for something much smaller. even a down payment on medicare. that they can still call victory. is that enough on entitlements, ed o'keefe? >> it might be in the short-term. i agree with a.b. and i agree with erskine bowles that eventually there's going to be longer-term discussions about this if they want to get serious about budget cuts. >>> this is is a president who has an appetite for spending cuts. he has talked about it throughout his presidency. he hasn't had a chance just yet. this may be his opportunity to do so and say look, i got taxes, but i also gave you spending cuts and we got serious about fixing this problem. if can he do that, i think he himself could declare victory. the question is whether more liberal members of the house and even of the senate, would go along with some kind of plan and that's why i think republicans may be right. minimal changes for now. probably a good thing. whether or not it happens long-term remains to be seen. >> a.b. stoddard of the hill, ed o'keefe from the
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